Desserts

Tiramisu (Filipino Style Recipe)

Tiramisu (Filipino Style Recipe) A quick and delicious Tiramisu (Filipino Style Recipe) made with coffee-soaked sponge fingers (lady finger biscuit) with sweet creamy layers. It has a great flavour and is so quick and easy to make. Party dessert and taste so yummy! Tiramisu (Filipino Style Recipe) Ingredients: 16 pcs sponge finger or lady finger… Continue reading Tiramisu (Filipino Style Recipe)

Cakes and No Bake Cakes · No Bake Cake

No Bake Mango Jelly Cake

No Bake Mango Jelly Cake Ingredients: . 2 cups (250 g) sweet biscuit crumbs . 125 g butter, melted . 100 g packet white marshmallows . 1 tsp gelatine . 1/4 cup milk . 1/4 tsp mango essence . 2/3 cup thickened cream . 250 g mangoes cubes . 2 x 100 g packets mango… Continue reading No Bake Mango Jelly Cake

Filipino Native Food · Merienda · Street food

Crispy Camote Fries 

Crispy Camote Fries Ingredients: 1/2 kg Kamote, peeled and cut into 1 inch strips. 1/2 cup all purpose flour 1 Tbsp baking powder 1 tsp sugar pinch of salt water just enough to make a thin batter Oil for deep frying Instructions: Combine flour, baking powder, sugar and salt. Mix together then slowly add water.… Continue reading Crispy Camote Fries 

Bread

Fluffy and Moist Banana Cake

Yes this fluffy and moist banana bread doesn’t require baking soda. It is so fluffy and moist when cooked. So delicious..many people have tried it and they are so happy because it came out perfectly! You can add raisins and walnuts too if you like. Happy baking and enjoy! Fluffy and Moist Banana Cake Ingredients:… Continue reading Fluffy and Moist Banana Cake

Chicken Recipes

Paksiw na Lechon Manok

New twist – Paksiw na Lechon Manok! If you have leftover roasted chicken or lechon manok from Andok’s, Baliwag, Chicks 2 Go. Here’s a quick & delicious recipe your family will absolutely love. Check out: Lechon Paksiw Authentic Recipe Happy cooking! Paksiw na Lechon Manok Ingredients: 8 cloves garlic, crushed 1 pc medium onion, sliced… Continue reading Paksiw na Lechon Manok

Vegetables

Ginataang Sitaw at Kalabasa with Crunchy Dilis

Ginataang Sitaw at Kalabasa with Crunchy Dilis Ingredients: 1 lb squash (kalabasa), sliced into cubes 8 pieces string beans (sitaw), cut into 2 inch pieces ¾ cup dilis (fried) 2 cups of coconut milk 1 medium yellow onion, chopped 5 cloves garlic, crushed ⅛ teaspoon ground black pepper 2 to 2½ tablespoons fish sauce 3… Continue reading Ginataang Sitaw at Kalabasa with Crunchy Dilis

Fish

Paksiw na Tilapia Recipe

Paksiw na Tilapia recipe is not only easy to make, but this recipe is also a good menu for the coming lenten season. Lets contemplate, have a break and abstain for the meantime from eating meat for Lenten season. Paksiw na Tilapia Recipe Ingredients: 3 pieces medium-sized tilapia, cleaned, scales removed and cut diagonally into… Continue reading Paksiw na Tilapia Recipe

Filipino Native Food · Kakanin

Ube Cassava Sinukmani

You just gotta try this combo of kakanin. Ube lovers, rejoice because this recipe is so delicious! No need for a lot of explanation. Just imagine cassava and ube in one dessert with latik toppings. I promise this will not takw long standing on your table. Ube Cassava Sinukmani INGREDIENTS: 1 500 grams bag frozen… Continue reading Ube Cassava Sinukmani

Mama's Recipes

Suman Sa Ibus

Suman Sa Ibus (Sticky Rice in Coconut Leaves) Pinoy delicacy! Ingredients: 4 cups malagkit/sticky rice 3 cups coconut milk 1 tbs salt INSTRUCTIONS: Prepare young coconut leaves shaped into tube shape cylinders about 3 cms in diameter and 10 cms long. Seal the end of the buri leaf by 1-1/2 inches. Fold the bottom edge… Continue reading Suman Sa Ibus

Filipino Native Food · Kakanin

SAYONGSONG RECIPE

Sayongsong is a famous Surigao kakanin! It is packed in a cone like banana leaves and it is a favorite pasalubong dessert or snack. (Binalusungsong sa dahon) Sayongsong is a delicious Surigainon delicacy and pride. SAYONGSONG RECIPE (Surigao Delicacy) Ingredients: 1 cup ordinary rice 1 cup purple malagkit rice/regular malagkit rice 1/2 cup roasted peanuts… Continue reading SAYONGSONG RECIPE